4 5 Contents 1. The future of food 7 2. Ecosystem-water-food connections 15 3. Areas for change 19 4. Environment: shifting from protection to sustainable management 25 ▪ Dryland agroecosystems 28 ▪ Wetland ecosystems 31 5.
6 New England is home to a variety of diverse ecosystems. From the dense Northern Forest to wind-blown salt marshes and salt ponds, our region™s ecosystems provide a range of
Unit 4 : Ecosystems-1-www.learner.org Unit 4 : Ecosystems Elk in Yellowstone National Park. Overview Why are there so many living organisms on Earth, and so many different species?
Ecosystems Ecosystems Key Messages: Ecosystem processes, such as those that control growth and decomposition, •* have been affected by climate change.
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U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey FCSC-2001-03 The Everglades ecosystems contain diverse environments that stretch from the middle of the Florida peninsula to Florida Bay.